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The Shipp family genealogy

compiled by Ralph Danforth Shipp
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
Baltimore, Maryland : Gateway Press, c1975
xiv, 358 p. : port.


Chiefly the descendants of William Shipp. He was born ca. 1606 probably in Norfolk or Kent County, England. He married twice, the first wife's name is unknown, the second wife was Sarah Julian. He died ca. 1657 in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. He was the father of at least five children. Descendants live throughout the United States.

Includes index.

Includes descendants of William Shipp, 1606-1657, of England and Virginia.

Also available on microfiche.


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